Sustainability assured 2011
Wärtsilä’s Sustainability Report 2010 published as a part of the Annual Report.

A new occupational health & safety video published.

The revised Wärtsilä Code of Conduct published.
Wärtsilä received an order for gas engines and equipment to Viking Line's new environmentally sound passenger ferry.
Wärtsilä participated for the third time in the Earth Hour Movement on 26 March.

The new Corporate Environmental, Health and Safety Directive approved.

Wärtsilä Power Plants launched the Smart Power Generation concept.
Wärtsilä entered into co-operation with Crisis Management Initiative, an independent Finnish non-profit organisation working to resolve conflicts and to build sustainable peace.
Wärtsilä contracted to deliver the main engines running on liquid biofuel for a new multi-purpose cargo vessel.
Wärtsilä BLRT Estonia Oϋ received the OHSAS18001 certification.

Wärtsilä contracted to supply Africa’s largest gas fuelled combustion engine power plant.

A global safety handbook issued as a part of Wärtsilä's zero injury action plan.

The international Sustainable Seas 2011 event, hosted by Sweden’s Crown Princess Victoria, was held on 12-19 September, beginning in Stockholm, Sweden and ending in Turku, Finland.

The new 2-stroke, low-speed gas engine technology successfully tested in trials conducted in Trieste, Italy.

Wärtsilä BLRT Lietuva UAB received the OHSAS18001 certification.
The 4th global Suppliers’ Day gathered Wärtsilä’s key suppliers to Helsinki, Finland.
Wärtsilä’s first full-size commercial installation of a marine SOx scrubber completed.
Wärtsilä Switzerland received the OHSAS18001 certification.
Wärtsilä contracted to supply a turnkey power plant to Rwanda. The plant will run on methane gas from Lake Kivu.

Wärtsilä contracted to deliver the first U.S. flagged offshore supply vessels running on LNG.

Wärtsilä and the State University of New York, Maritime College jointly hosted the NASDAQ Closing Bell ceremony in October. This occasion coincided with the dedication of the Wärtsilä Lab and donation of a diesel engine and equipment by Wärtsilä to the SUNY Maritime College.

Wärtsilä Iberica SA received the OHSAS18001 certification.

Wärtsilä Defence Inc. received the OHSAS18001 certification.

The first Wärtsilä black and grey list of substances released.

The e-learning course for the revised Code of Conduct released.

Wärtsilä contracted to supply two gas-fired Flexicycle power plants totalling 430 MW to be installed in the Dominican Republic. The dual-fuel flexibility of the plant enables the fuel switch from HFO to natural gas.
Wärtsilä Finland Oy received the AEO (Authorised Economical Operator) certificate from the Finnish Customs.
Wärtsilä joined Maersk Line and fifteen other global corporations in signing the Sustainable Shipping Initiative’s Vision 2040 to secure a sustainable future for the industry.
Wärtsilä won the Finnish Media’s Choice award for its Sustainability Report 2010.
The revised zero injury e-learning modules released.
New corporate environmental and social targets approved.
The unique fuel conversion of the product tanker Bit Viking from heavy fuel oil to gas operation successfully completed.
The annual lost time frequency index reached record low level.
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